Bachelor's Degree Programme Electrical Engineering

How does a car drive by itself? How do I measure electromagnetic compatibility? What makes a robot touch-sensitive? All these questions have something in common: Electrical Engineering. This subject permeates all areas of life and has enormous significance for the development of our society. In the Bachelor's Degree Programme Electrical Engineering, you can help shape the technologies of tomorrow and have first-class career prospects.

 

 

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Key data

At the beginning of the degree programme, mainly the basics of electrical engineering, physics and mathematics are covered. This forms a solid basis for in-depth content in the later semesters. From the 5th semester onwards, you can choose one of the following subject areas to specialise in:

  •     Automation technology and mechatronics
  •     Energy technology
  •     Information and communication technology
  •     Microelectronics and circuit technology
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ECTS

 

Duration of studies

 

180 points

 

6 semesters

 

 

 

Degree

 

Language

 

Bachelor of
Science (BSc)

 

German

Distribution of subjects

Career opportunities

Electrical engineers work in research, development and production departments. They are employed in the fields of:

  •     Energy supply
  •     Telecommunications
  •     Automotive industry

Activities include:

  •     Research and development in all areas of electrical engineering and information technology
  •     Planning of electrotechnical systems for machines, plants or buildings
  •     Implementing these planned systems
  •     Integrating electrotechnical solutions into social and economic areas

 

Still questions?

Further information on the Bachelor's degree programme in Electrical Engineering can be found on the study programmes page of the TU Graz.

If you have any questions about your studies, you can also contact us directly. We are very pleased about your interest and will be happy to answer your questions.

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If you are interested in a degree programme, you should definitely take a look at the curriculum. It contains an overview of all courses (subjects) that you have to complete during your studies.

Click here for the curriculum for the Bachelor's degree programme in Electrical Engineering